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[image]OMV With Satellite - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
This 1986 artist's concept shows the Orbital Maneuvering Vehicle (OMV) towing a satellite. As envisioned by Marshall Space Flight Center plarners, the OMV would be a remotely-controlled free-flying space tug which would place, rendezvous, dock, and retrieve orbital payloads.
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[image]Artist's Concept of the X-34 Demonstrator In Flight - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
This artist's concept depicts the X-34 Demonstrator in flight. Part of the Pathfinder Program, the X-34 was a reusable technology testbed vehicle that was designed and built by the Marshall Space Flight Center to demonstrate technologies that were essential to lowering the cost of access to space. Powered by a LOX and RP-1 liquid Fastrac engine, the X-34 would be capable of speeds up to Mach 8 and altitudes of 250,000-feet...
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[image]Determination of Offgassed Products - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
A technician at Marshall Space Flight Center's Materials Combustion Research Facility begins the Determination of Offgassed Products Test to determine the identity and quantity of volatile offgassed products from materials and assembled articles. Materials are measured, weighed, and loaded into a clean toxicity chamber (pictured). The chamber is purged with high-purity air and loaded into an oven where it will be held at 120 degrees Fahrenheit (48.9 degrees Celsius) for 72 hours...
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[image]Glovebox at MSFC Open House - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Glovebox Systems Engineer, Sam Ortega, explains how the microgravity glovebox works to 2 young MSFC Open House visitors.
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[image]Weightless testing of the MSFC materials processing - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Weightless testing of the Marshal Space Flight Center (MSFC) materials processing in Space Experiment onboard the KC-135, NASA 930 on October 26, 1983.
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[image]Summer Heat - NASA/MSFC
A white-hot flame surrounded by red hot exhaust shoots from a recent test of the J-2X engine 'workhorse' gas generator at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala. The workhorse gas generator simulates the flow path inside the actual J-2X gas generator that powers the engine's turbo machinery. Testing to ensure stable combustion and uniform gas temperature in this component translates into a safer, more durable J-2X engine, which will power the second stage of the new Ares I rocket...
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[image]ACD08-0095-023 - NASA/Ames Research Center
CLV ascent model installation 9x7ft. wind tunnel test-97-0180 with Marshall space Flight Center crew Darin Reed, Chrissi Hamilton, Don Nance, Bill Crosby
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[image]Eelctrostatic Levitator (ESL) Facility - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The Electrostatic Levitator (ESL) Facility established at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) supports NASA's Microgravity Materials Science Research Program. NASA materials science investigations include ground-based, flight definition and flight projects. Flight definition projects, with demanding science concept review schedules, receive highest priority for scheduling experiment time in the Electrostatic Levitator (ESL) Facility.
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[image]Rapid Prototype Group - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
A worker from Marshall's Rapid Prototype Group inspects a prototype of the rocket based combined cycle engine (RBCC). Rapid prototyping group provides engineering models for many MSFC projects. The group takes computer designs from Marshall engineers and then make models based on these designs. They use many irnovative techniques to provide Marshall engineers with models of their designs.
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[image]ACD08-0095-027 - NASA/Ames Research Center
CLV ascent model installation 9x7ft. wind tunnel test-97-0180 with Marshall space Flight Center crew Darin Reed, Chrissi Hamilton, Don Nance, Bill Crosby
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[image]Moonbuggy Simulator Area - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
This in an aerial view (looking north) of a Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV), often referrd to as ?Moonbuggy?, simulator area built at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) where tesing was performed. The LRV was developed under the direction of MSFC to provide astronauts with greater mobility on the lunar surface.
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[image]ACD08-0095-028 - NASA/Ames Research Center
CLV ascent model installation 9x7ft. wind tunnel test-97-0180 with Marshall space Flight Center crew Darin Reed, Chrissi Hamilton, Don Nance, Bill Crosby
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[image]T. J. Lee Greets President George Bush - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Marshall Space Flight Center Director T. J. Lee greets President George Bush upon arrival at the Redstone Arsenal Airfield, June 20, 1990. During his visit Bush toured Marshall facilities and addressed Center employees.
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[image]Studying the properties of Aerogel at Marshall Space Flight Center - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Sceintist at Marshall Space Flight Center have been studying the properties of Aerogel for several years. Aerogel, the lightest solid known to man, has displayed a high quality for insulation. Because of its smoky countenance, it has yet to be used as an insulation on windows, but has been used in the space program on the rover Sojourner, and has been used as insulation in the walls of houses and in automobile engine compartments...
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[image]NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Director Arthur Stephenson speaks at the X-34 rollout ceremony Apr - NASA/Dryden Flight Research Center (NASA-DFRC)
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Director Arthur Stephenson speaks at the X-34 rollout ceremony Apr
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[image]Artist's concept of fusion-powered vehicle - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Travel to distant stars is a long-range goal of Marshall Space Flight Center's Advanced Concept Group. One of the many propulsion systems currently being studied is fusion power. The objective of this and many other alternative propulsion systems is to reduce the costs of space access and to reduce the travel time for planetary missions. One of the major factors is providing an alternate engery source for these missions...
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[image]Physical Examination to Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) Employees - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Nurse performs tonometry examination, which measure the tension of the eyeball, during an employee's arnual physical examination given by MSFC Occupational Medicine Environmental Health Services under the Center Operations Directorate.
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[image]Manipulating Genetic Material in Bacteria - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Lisa Crawford, a graduate research assistant from the University of Toledo, works with Laurel Karr of Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) in the molecular biology laboratory. They are donducting genetic manipulation of bacteria and yeast for the production of large amount of desired protein. Photo credit: NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC)
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[image]Thomas Jack Lee - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Thomas Jack Lee served as the sixth director of the Marshall Space Flight Center from July 6, 1989 to January 6, 1994. Prior to the appointment, Lee held positions as Center Deputy Director (1980 - 1989) and Spacelab Program Manager (1973 - 1980). Lee began his NASA career in July 1960 when he transferred to the newly formed MSFC from Redstone Arsenal's Army Ballistic Missile Agency.
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[image]Weightless testing of the MSFC materials processing - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Weightless testing of the Marshal Space Flight Center (MSFC) materials processing in Space Experiment onboard the KC-135, NASA 930 on October 26, 1983.
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[image]Into the Looking Glass - NASA
Recently, technicians at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., completed a series of cryogenic tests on six James Webb Space Telescope beryllium mirror segments at the center's X-ray & Cryogenic Facility. During testing, the mirrors were subjected to extreme temperatures dipping to -415 degrees Fahrenheit, permitting engineers to measure in extreme detail how the shape of the mirror changes as it cools...
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[image]Science and Application Marned Space Platform (SAMSP) - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
During 1980 and the first half of 1981, the Marshall Space Flight Center conducted studies concerned with a relatively low-cost, near-term, manned space platform to satisfy current user needs, yet capable of evolutionary growth to meet future needs. The Science and Application Manned Space Platform (SAMSP) studies were to serve as a test bed for developing scientific and operational capabilities required by later, more advanced manned platforms while accomplishing early science and operations...
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[image]Copper Disk Manufactured at the Space Optics Manufacturing and Technology Center - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
This photograph shows Wes Brown, Marshall Space Flight Center's (MSFC's) lead diamond tuner, an expert in the science of using diamond-tipped tools to cut metal, inspecting the mold's physical characteristics to ensure the uniformity of its more than 6,000 grooves. This king-size copper disk, manufactured at the Space Optics Manufacturing and Technology Center (SOMTC) at MSFC, is a special mold for making high resolution monitor screens...
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[image]ACD08-0095-022 - NASA/Ames Research Center
CLV ascent model installation 9x7ft. wind tunnel test-97-0180 with Marshall space Flight Center crew Darin Reed, Chrissi Hamilton, Don Nance, Bill Crosby
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[image]Bendix Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) Test Article - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Newsmen watch a test engineer drive a Mobility Test Article (MTA) demonstrated at NASA?s Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). This unit, built by the Bendix Corporation, was one of the concepts of a possible Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV). The data provided by the MTA helped in designing the LRV, developed under the direction of MSFC. The LRV was designed to allow Apollo astronauts a greater range of mobility during lunar exploration missions.
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[image]Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) - AirVenture 2002 - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) Director Forum.
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[image]Artist?s Concept of Dual Mode Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Artist?s concept of a dual mode Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) on the Lunar surface. This represents the Bendix version in an unmanned configuration. The LRV was developed under the direction of MSFC to allow Apollo astronauts a greater range of mobility during lunar exploration missions.
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[image]Satellite Repair - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Managed by Marshall Space Flight Center, the Space Tug was a reusable multipurpose space vehicle designed to transport payloads to different orbital inclinations. Utilizing mission-specific combinations of its three primary modules (crew, propulsion, and cargo) and a variety of supplementary kits, the Space Tug was capable of numerous space applications. This 1970 artist's concept depicts the Space Tug during a satellite repair mission with the contact and de-spin attachment kit in place...
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[image]MSFC Director Dr. Jerroll W. Littles with President Clinton in Oval office. - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Marshall's eighth Center Director Dr. Jerroll W. Littles (1996-1998) and his wife are pictured with President Bill Clinton in the Oval Office of the White House following the presentation of the Presidential Rank Award for Distinguished Service. Other NASA honorees and their spouses are also pictured.
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[image]MSFC Director Dr. Eberhard F. Rees portrait - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Official portrait of Marshall's second Center Director Dr. Eberhard F. Rees (1970-1973).
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[image]Artist?s Concept of a Two-Man Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Artist?s concept of a manned Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) depicting two-man operation on the Lunar surface. The LRV was developed under the direction of the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) to provide Apollo astronauts with a greater range of mobility on the lunar surface.
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[image]ACD08-0095-025 - NASA/Ames Research Center
CLV ascent model installation 9x7ft. wind tunnel test-97-0180 with Marshall space Flight Center crew Darin Reed, Chrissi Hamilton, Don Nance, Bill Crosby
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[image]Lightning Over the Technology Test Bed at MSFC - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Multiple lightning bolts struck the Technology Test Bed, formerly the S-IC Static Test Stand, at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) during a thunderstorm. This spectacular image of lightning was photographed by MSFC photographer Dernis Olive on August 29, 1990.
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[image]Transient Pressure Test Article (TPTA) Test Firing - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) successfully test fired the third in a series of Transient Pressure Test Articles (TPTA) in its east test area. The test article was a short-stack solid rocket motor 52-feet long and 12-feet in diameter. The TPTA tests were designed to evaluate the effects of temperature, pressure and external loads encountered by the SRM, primarily during ignition transients...
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[image]Electrostatic Levitator Inspected - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Larry Savage, Dr. Jan Rogers, Dr. Michael Robinson (All NASA) and Doug Huie (Mevatec) inspect the Electrostatic Levitator (ESL) at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). The ESL uses static electricity to suspend an object (about 2-3 mm in diameter) inside a vacuum chamber while a laser heats the sample until it melts. This lets scientists record a wide range of physical properties without the sample contacting the container or any instruments, conditions that would alter the readings...
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[image]Electrostatic Levitator Operations - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Dr. Jan Rogers (left) and Larry Savage (foreground) of the Science Directorate at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center are joined by Dr. Richard Weber (Center) and April Hixon of Containerless Research Inc. of Evanston, Ill., in conducting an experiment run of the Electrostatic Levitator (ESL) using insulating materials. Materials researchers use unique capability of the facility to levitate and study the properties of various materials important in manufacturing processes.
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[image]Protein Crystallization Apparatus for Microgravity - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
The Protein Crystallization for Microgravity (DCAM) was developed at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center. A droplet of solution with protein molecules dissolved in it is isolated in the center of a small well. In orbit, an elastomer seal is lifted so the solution can evaporate and be absorbed by a wick material. This raises the concentration of the solution, thus prompting protein molecules in the solution to form crystals...
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[image]Titanium-Zirconium-Nickel Alloy Inside Marshall's Electrostatic Levitator (ESL) - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
This Photo, which appeared on the July cover of `Physics Today', is of the Electrostatic Levitator (ESL) at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). The ESL uses static electricity to suspend an object (about 3-4 mm in diameter) inside a vacuum chamber allowing scientists to record a wide range of physical properties without the sample contracting the container or any instruments, conditions that would alter the readings...
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[image]Grumman Mobility Test Article (MTA) - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
A concept of a possible Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) built by the Grumman Industries for NASA?s Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), this Mobility Test Article (MTA) is undergoing a full fledged test, complete with space suit attire. The data provided by the MTA helped in designing the LRV, developed under the direction of MSFC. The LRV was designed to allow Apollo astronauts a greater range of mobility during lunar exploration missions.
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[image]X-34 Demonstrator On Ground - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Pictured is the X-34 Demonstrator parked on the runway. Part of the Pathfinder Program, the X-34 was a reusable technology testbed vehicle that was designed and built by the Marshall Space Flight Center to demonstrate technologies that are essential to lowering the cost of access to space. Powered by a LOX and RP-1 liquid Fastrac engine, the X-34 would be capable of speeds up to Mach 8 and altitudes of 250,000-feet...
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[image]Low Gravity Freefall Facilities - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Composite of Marshall Space Flight Center's Low-Gravity Free Fall Facilities.These facilities include a 100-meter drop tower and a 100-meter drop tube. The drop tower simulates in-flight microgravity conditions for up to 4.2 seconds for containerless processing experiments, immiscible fluids and materials research, pre-flight hardware design test and flight experiment simulation. The drop tube simulates in-flight microgravity conditions for up to 4.6 seconds and is used extensively for ground-ba...
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[image]Astronaut in the Neutral Buoyancy Simulator - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
An astronaut wearing a pressurized space suit performed a work task while suspended in a ?zero-gravity? simulator known as the Neutral Buoyancy Simulator (NBS) at Marshall Space Flight Center. This particular task was one of many performed by astronauts while checking out the mockup for the Apollo Telescope Mount.
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[image]Artist?s Concept of Dual Mode Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Artist?s concept of a dual mode Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) on the Lunar surface. This represents the Bendix version in an unmanned configuration. The LRV was developed under the direction of MSFC to allow Apollo astronauts a greater range of mobility during lunar exploration missions.
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[image]ACD08-0095-024 - NASA/Ames Research Center
CLV ascent model installation 9x7ft. wind tunnel test-97-0180 with Marshall space Flight Center crew Darin Reed, Chrissi Hamilton, Don Nance, Bill Crosby
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[image]ACD08-0095-019 - NASA/Ames Research Center
CLV ascent model installation 9x7ft. wind tunnel test-97-0180 with Marshall space Flight Center crew Darin Reed, Chrissi Hamilton, Don Nance, Bill Crosby
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[image]Electrostatic Levitator (ESL) - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Dr. Rulison of Space System LORAl working with the Electrostatic Levitation (ESL) prior to the donation. Space System/LORAL donated the electrostatic containerless processing system to NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). The official hand over took place in July 1998.
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[image]Marshall Engineers Use Virtual Reality - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Virtual Reality (VR) can provide cost effective methods to design and evaluate components and systems for maintenance and refurbishment operations. Marshall Spce Flight Center (MSFC) is begirning to utilize VR for design analysis in the X-34 experimental reusable space vehicle. Analysts at MSFC's Computer Applications and Virtual Environments (CAVE) used Head Mounted Displays (HMD) (pictured), spatial trackers and gesture inputs as a means to animate or inhabit a properly sized virtual human mod...
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[image]Starship 2040 Exhibit - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
This photograph shows the Starship 2040 leaving the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) for the exhibit site. Developed by the Space Transportation Directorate at MSFC, the Starship 2040 exhibit is housed in a 48-ft (14.6-m) tractor and trailer rig, permitting it to travel around the Nation, demonstrating NASA's vision of what commercial spaceflight might be like 40 years from now. All the irnovations suggested aboard the exhibit, automated vehicle health monitoring systems, high-energy propulsi...
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[image]40K Fastrac II Bantam Test - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
A close-up view of Bantam duration testing of the 40K Fastrac II Engine for X-34 at Marshall Space Flight Center's (MSFC) test stand 116. The Bantam test refers to the super lightweight engines of the Fastrac program. The engines were designed as part of the low cost X-34 Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV). The testing of these engines at MSFC allowed the engineers to determine the capabilities of these engines and the metal alloys that were used in their construction...
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[image]Artist?s Concept of Dual Mode Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Artist?s concept of a dual mode Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) on the Lunar surface. This represents the Grumman version in an unmanned configuration. The LRV was developed under the direction of MSFC to allow Apollo astronauts a greater range of mobility during lunar exploration missions.
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